Question about Stanley Garden
To do the job right, you make a miter cut, then a coping cut. There is an excellent article on this at:
Getting a nice-looking coped joint is very satisfying, but takes a bit of practice. But it's worth it. Miter joints are great for picture frames and trim on furniture, but not for trimming a room.
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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